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FOX
Aug 24, 2009 7:00am EDT
monday at 7:00 and tucker barnes is in for tony this week with the forecast. >> thank you very much. we have some wild weather off to the south and east this morning. the showers and thunderstorms continue and now crossing the bay. and s go right to hd radar show you the shower that's continue a -- showers that continue across the area. h . dwersho we n delwa and they to ush p uentto push off to the east and ortheast. a fewewinstene intense cells a agt e,onace tonage, nother round of showers. the trend around here will e beb to introduce more sunshine later on this afternoon. so waking up with partly sunny skies and we should be dry around here this afternoon. 73 degrees at reagan national. humidity is better. 71%. dew point in the low 60s. so the air more comfortable than the weekend. our winds out of the north and st at 6 miles per hour. here is a look at your forecast and i'll be back with more details and look at the radar coming up. mostly sunny 6 afternoon. the possibility of an early ny shower or thunderstorm particularly to the south and east. high erpemature about 87 degrees.
FOX
Aug 9, 2009 8:00am EDT
things from down in the weather center. tucker, how bad will it get? >> it will be pretty bad by tomorrow. our hottest temperatures of the season set to arrive later today as we'll be well into the 90s and by tomorrow maybe 100 degrees here at reagan national. let's start with a look at current conditions. and right now as you head out the door, not terrible. muggy with humidity way up. dew point temperatures in the low 70s, but the air temperature ickrght w isno e. an onal 74 and dulles n and bwi marshall 73. it will be down right hot later due to the showers oe reason to the north and east, in philadelphia and new je. rrs se lingering i it lingering in the washington ea. t that li ft to e . thto the north so the skies will turn suy and hot. the temperatures will jump another 20 degrees or so. so be prepared for a very hot afternoon. plenty of sunshine by later today. hazy, hot and no doubt about it, humid as well. high temperature here in washington 95 degrees, so close to a record high. and tomoow even warmer. i'll have more details on the forecast coming up. melanie, back to you. >>
FOX
Aug 27, 2009 5:00am EDT
'm steve chenevey. welcome to fox 5 morning news. we say good morning to tucker barnes. >> humidity was in check yesterday but it won't be the case today. it will be running wild. >> it is already warmer outside. >> kind of of a hot, sweaty afternoon with a chance for a scattered shower or thunderstorm. want to start real quick owshd an yo show you the latest here with danny. still a tropical storm. maximum winds up to 60 miles per hour. looking a little more impressi. e the hurricane center just flew a plane in anfod d the center was farther to the north than they had first thought. we'll con to watch danny here. i'll give you more details. -- we'll continfoto watch danny here. there it is now north of puerto rico. onto washington weather and gurvir it, we're warm, 75 degrees in downtown washington. humidity is 82%. in w wnod. watch the shower activity off to the north and west start to push into central pennsylvania. that is associated witha evry weak cold makeits esvprwill en kema its presence felt around here later today in the form of scattered showers and thunderstorms. not g
NBC
Aug 12, 2009 7:00pm EDT
of peace and music. and for most people it was just that. >>> correspondent lem tucker from nbc news. the day afr woodstock. brings us to our final story tonight. if you drive from this city north, along a series of rural roads, through farm country, in upstate new york, you would drive right by it if you didn't see the marker. and you would likely never realize you were driving past the site of a gathering that changed a generati of americans. woodstock started 40 years ago n memories or not. have their those who weren't there have seen the images. one in particular telling the story of the time in the upwards of 500,000 people who came together.
NBC
Aug 26, 2009 11:00pm EDT
nationals return. gave up two runs. problem is, the nats offense was tuckered out. they scored two runs. the nationals fall in chicago, to the cubs, in their debut, 9-4. wicked off speed pitch. struck out six and gave up two runs in six innings. quality start there. fifth inning. nationals, 2-1. christian guzman to the plate. send ts one right up the gut. coming in to score. ties the game. guzman, banked 305. 7th inning, still tied. milton bradley at the dish. he squibs one right over to third. check out zimmerman. bare handing it. coming home. but the throw is way off the mark. not a good throw by zimmerman. scores. the cubs take the lead. and they go on to beat the nationals 9-4. all right. redskins news now. and carlos rogers out for preseason game number three. both are nursing injuries. hope to be back soon. redskins, trying to find then zone for the first time this preseason. they face two excellent defenses, ravens and steelers. the patriots are on deck. and bring a familiar face to fed ex field. sean springs now playing in new england. springs spent five productive years in wash
NBC
Aug 12, 2009 6:30pm EDT
. and for most people it was just that. >>> correspondent lem tucker from nbc news. the day after woodstock. brings us to our final story tonight. if you drive from this city north, along a series of rural roads, through farm country, in upstate new york, you would drive right by it if you tint see the marker. and you would likely never realize you were driving past the site of a gathering that changed a generation of americans. woodstock started 40 years ago this weekend. those who were there have their own memories or not. those who weren't there have seen the images. one in particular telling the story of the time in the upwards of 500,000 people who came together. >> liftoff. >>> there was a lot going on in the summer of '69. three days in the country in upstate new york seemed like a good idea to a lot of people. ♪ ♪ ♪ some where in the crowd was photographer burke uzell and early that sunday morning as jefferson airplane took the stage. >> come on! >> he took a picture. >> a very gentle scene. you can see people still asleep, people just beginning to come to. they just stood up
CNBC
Aug 18, 2009 6:00pm EDT
's, it's the do-it-yourself consumer. blame the customer. she's all tuckered out. the stock has plummeted 10% since then. >> the house of pain. >> then today, home depot reported a quarter that looked actually pretty darn good, and even better it raised numbers! ♪ hallelujah >> hmm, lowe's blames the consumer. me, i reach another conclusion -- the consumer's going to home depot. and why the heck not? home depot's executing on its plan. looks like lowe's doesn't even have a plan. in fact, i consider home depot the executioner. lowe's is marie antoinette. how did this happen? for years, we always thought that lowe's was the well-oiled machine, while home depot was self-destructing, courtesy of its ceo, bob nardelli. bob moved into wholesale at the top, cut costs by cutting customer service -- >> the house of pain. >> he knew nothing about retail, nothing about what the consumer wanted. he had no merchandise, no eye at all. i can't believe he didn't obliterate home depot. perhaps a testament to the brand that was superior, no doubt like cramer fave mason storm in "hard to kill." it took si
CSPAN
Aug 29, 2009 6:00am EDT
. tucker was the leading brand just and you really see such practical common sense ideas. i first read it in 1969 and reread it five or six times over the years. it really defines much of how i operate. >> host: also in 1994 you announced your contract for this book which immediately became controversial because of the advance. we have just a little clip from that time. at like to see how those events what do with the lens of a dozen years of history. >> our attorney had reviewed a list of of proposal for an advance into books, the product was a real book with a real publisher and it offered us financial independence for the first time in our lives. since house members and senators have been accepting it as is in writing books about critical, and i thought we had done the right thing. for example, no one had questioned then a senator gore's advance or his right to offer earth and the balance while many republicans to challenge his ideas myself included none have challenges in,. one news report indicated 29 senators have written books while in office and other reports indicated a number
FOX News
Aug 31, 2009 6:00am EDT
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FOX News
Aug 14, 2009 9:00am EDT
who is this group? tucker carlson is a senior fellow at the cato institute and a fox news contributor. nice to see you, old friend. who makes up this group? what are they after? >> money, of course. [laughter] when you look at who supports this plan, it is people who will benefit from it, by the people who do not have health insurance, people who are going to make a lot more money if the government for the regulates the industry, and then everyone else. 80% of americans are satisfied with the health care coverage they have. one example, pharmaceutical companies will benefit under this plan. çyou can see why. if health care coverage is mandated, that means more money for people who provide care, and that means drug companies. there are pretty obvious motives. bill:ç unions are behind in, ad drug law and ears, the federation of american hospitals. it sounds like everyone has their fingers and the spot. >> this is an enormous percentage of the economy. here is the truth about part of what this is going to do. if health insurance companies are prohibited from denying coverage, require
FOX
Aug 31, 2009 6:00am EDT
police officer fighting for his life. michael jones junior and his girlfriend, shanikua tucker were in pennsylvania for a scrimmage when the car they were riding lost control and hit a tree along interstate 91. michael's father a baltimore police officer was driving the car. officer jones is at strong trauma but listed in serious but stable condition. >>> nearly a week after it started, a raging wildfire continues to burn in california. not only has it consumed tens of thousands of acres but now it's being blamed for the deaths of two firefighters. karen has the latest from sun land, california. >> reporter: an out-of-control wildfire burning in los angeles county turns deadly. two firefighters are killed when their vehicle rolls down a mountain side. >> this is a very difficult time for los angeles fire department. >> reporter: nea nearly 300 firefighters are trying to contain the fire. the fire has proven for challenging for crews on the ground and on the air. firefighters have only been able to contain a small portion of it. the biggest problem is dry brush and sweltering temp
CSPAN
Aug 3, 2009 2:00am EDT
is necessary for, given the broad language of the statute, should fema just tucker down and lifted care of itself? >> >> madam chairman, i think that what our members are trying to stress is that we do that and do not lose the command or control. >> do you really think that we're looking to do that? >> our concern is that if you leave it under stafford, it needs to be within staffer because we believe that it is a stafford act event and we have a es c.e.o. coordinating the activity, and not -- and have an f zco coordinating the activity. >> are you confident that you would want to be able to categorize it as a disaster? are you satisfied that that will happen instantly? >> we have not seen anything like that in our lifetime. everyone tells us it is coming. but some think this is the finding the catastrophe and that is the hardest part of this. the impact on the rest of the country is going to be what defines it as whether or not it is a catastrophe. >> my governor probably would not like that. of thing that the definition of catastrophe has to bid what the major impact on our nation is
FOX News
Aug 5, 2009 6:00am EDT
of the words that liberals are trying to take away from your kids' textbooks. more words that irk with tucker carlson. peter. peter: and g.i. joe, the great american hero, is back. one of the actors from the new movie, marlon wayans, talented marlon wayans, joins us live. - hi. - crowd: hi! i hate my phone. what do i do? ( shouting ) this is crazy. you. let's run a free upgrade check. see if you're due for a new smartphone. don't i need to go to my carrier's store for that? no, you don't have to. we sell phones and plans on all the major networks. ok. well, is time travel possible? yes, i am from the future. announcer: phones, plans, and advice from thousands of people eager to help. into an incredibly strong, healthy cat.he has blossomed... his coat is incredibly shiny and soft and very thick. everybody thinks he's the most handsome cat they've ever seen. [ woman announcing ] purina one for indoor cats... unlocks the brilliance of nature... with a natural fiber blend that helps minimize hairballs... and maintain a healthy weight. [ laurie ] he's a character. he brings so much laughter into
HLN
Aug 24, 2009 6:00am EDT
for the system. frankly tucker wouldn't be good for the obama presidency. >> some democratic leader says they prefer a bipartisan bill but they don't think the country can afford to wait if the two sides can't reach a consensus. >>> ten years ago, spending $6,000 for a family health insurance policy. today, it's $12,000. by 2016, it will be $23,000. today that 12,000, 1,000 will go over 1,000 represents what a person who was insured pays for people who are not insured through their health insurance premiums. we need to deal with health insurance. >> to learn more about health care reform and how it could affect you and your family, check outs cnn.com/robin. >>> cia interrogators used a gun and power drill to scare information from an al qaeda suspect accused of plotting the "uss cole" attack, part of the abuse in a 2004 released today, a source telling our sister network cnn. the cases bent went to the justice department a former intelligence official says one person was prosecuted and two quit. >>> every january, social security payments rise with the cost of living, but not this time a
MSNBC
Aug 6, 2009 6:00am EDT
're tattered. i know that's how tucker looks, too, but still, it breaks your heart. let me go in, there's a new line, ralph lauren, got a new l lobster design on their pants. it's what i do. >> if you touch just one child. >> it's who you are. >> touched just one child, seriously. on the way to the tennis camp, it's all worth it. it's all worth it. all right, hey, we have a lot of people here today and one of them who is sorry he's here, richard haass. richard is here. pat buchanan down in washington. we'll be talking to peggy noonan. robert menendez will be here. andrea mitchell will be here. richard engel is going to be here. who is not going to be here today? we've got a new poll out, a quinnipiac poll out, really, really surprising numbers for the president. not even the quinnipiac poll that we gave you last hour. this one hot off the presses. we're going to give you that information right after the break. plus, health care reform possibly coming to a consensus in washington, d.c. news breaking overnight of the outline of a possible health care plan. we'll tell you that after the news with
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